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Craft Division, Retiree Conferences Get to Work at APWU's 27th Biennial Pre-Convention

July 15, 2024
At APWU's 27th Biennial Pre-Convention, Craft Division, Retiree Conferences Get to Work.

Don't Let Management Take Your Pulse!

July 8, 2024
The APWU is urging union members to refrain from participating in the USPS management’s Postal Pulse survey. Negotiations for a new union contract began June 25, and any information you give them can be used in retaliation to hurt us during...

You Have Power as a Postal Worker and as a Customer

May 20, 2024
“We can’t afford to lose our very important public Postal Service.” Vice President Debby Szeredy shares information on how postal workers and customers can utilize our power to preserve the public Postal Service.

Understanding the Travel and Expense, and Other Important Policies, at the Local and State Level

May 20, 2024
Secretary-Treasurer Liz Powell explains important Travel and Expense policies for locals as required by APWU National Constitution Article 16 “Compliance at the state and local level”.

The Union Keeps Us Strong

May 20, 2024
In the face of our upcoming contract fight and corporate greed, APWU President Dimondstein reminds members, “the best investment workers make is with each other through our union."

Testimonials: See What Our Members Are Saying!

May 20, 2024
“On behalf of everyone at the APWU Health Plan, we are grateful for the trust and loyalty that you have given us, and we are committed to continuing to support your health and wellness journey.” - APWU Health Plan Director Sarah J. Rodriguez

USPS Claim of Outstanding Debts from Retired Employees

May 20, 2024
Retirees have a right to file a grievance when they become aware of an alleged outstanding debt owed to the USPS.